Bioelectromagnetics

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Edited By: James C. Lin

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 34/86 (Biology); 53/72 (Biophysics)

Online ISSN: 1521-186X

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  • Static magnetic field induced epigenetic changes in wheat callus

    Static magnetic field induced epigenetic changes in wheat callus

    CREDRA-PCR banding patterns produced by OPH-18 primer.

  • Heat equation inversion framework for average SAR calculation from magnetic resonance thermal imaging

    Heat equation inversion framework for average SAR calculation from magnetic resonance thermal imaging

    Dipole antenna of different sizes, tuned to four different frequencies, were placed next to SAM head model.

  • A new theoretical model for transmembrane potential and ion currents induced in a spherical cell under low frequency electromagnetic field

    A new theoretical model for transmembrane potential and ion currents induced in a spherical cell under low frequency electromagnetic field

    Current distribution as a function of azimuthal angle and polar angle of spherical coordinate system. Also, gray levels represent intensity of induced currents. This is another form of Figure that can help to better describe distribution of current intensities.

  • Biological responses of human solid tumor cells to X-ray irradiation within a 1.5-Tesla magnetic field generated by a magnetic resonance imaging–linear accelerator

    Biological responses of human solid tumor cells to X‐ray irradiation within a 1.5‐Tesla magnetic field generated by a magnetic resonance imaging–linear accelerator

    Experimental set-up. Flasks were filled with cell culture medium, with cells growing on the bottom, and clamped with clips for reproducible positioning.

  • Impact of 60-GHz millimeter waves on stress and pain-related protein expression in differentiating neuron-like cells

    Impact of 60‐GHz millimeter waves on stress and pain‐related protein expression in differentiating neuron‐like cells

    Computed SAR distribution within exposed wells. Dotted lines schematically represent horn antenna aperture. Vertical and horizontal arrows show orientation of E plane and H plane, respectively.

  • A short-term extremely low frequency electromagnetic field exposure increases circulating leukocyte numbers and affects HPA-axis signaling in mice

    A short‐term extremely low frequency electromagnetic field exposure increases circulating leukocyte numbers and affects HPA‐axis signaling in mice

    Field characteristics. A: In the drawing, one coil is shown as a solid, and its neighbor as a set of windings. Coils were placed next to each other with opposite current direction to reduce distant stray fields. A central plane (z = 0) and a higher plane (z = 0.2 m) are indicated, x direction is from center of one coil to center of the next coil, along the long side of plane indicators; the y direction is the short side. Cages are placed central in the coil and 0.2 m above and below. Short side of the cage (0.15 m) is along the x direction, long side (0.25 m) along the y direction. Homogeneity in the cage on central plane (left graph) and in cages placed above and below (right graph) is given as contours are spaced 0.5 μT (5% of central value). dx and dy measure from the left front corner of each cage. The four contours visible indicate 20% = ±10% inhomogeneity. B: Graphical representation of two periods of one component of signal. Signal is summation of four such components with periodicity: 401, 432, 700, and 750 Hz, respectively. Horizontal axis for each component, therefore, has a total width of 4.99, 4.63, 2.86, and 2.67 ms, respectively.

  • Static magnetic field induced epigenetic changes in wheat callus
  • Heat equation inversion framework for average SAR calculation from magnetic resonance thermal imaging
  • A new theoretical model for transmembrane potential and ion currents induced in a spherical cell under low frequency electromagnetic field
  • Biological responses of human solid tumor cells to X‐ray irradiation within a 1.5‐Tesla magnetic field generated by a magnetic resonance imaging–linear accelerator
  • Impact of 60‐GHz millimeter waves on stress and pain‐related protein expression in differentiating neuron‐like cells
  • A short‐term extremely low frequency electromagnetic field exposure increases circulating leukocyte numbers and affects HPA‐axis signaling in mice

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